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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 11 October 1900

tI This week the CITIZEN calls on several who are not subscribers and asks them Why nol THE CITIZENCUANCE CIUNCB FOR Yotwa MEN to earn 10 cents an hour working on the new pike in Berea Students can work 2 or 4 hours a day and 10 hours Saturday SaturdayApply ClKllltlOl 1000 An Independent Weekly Devoted to toe Interests of the Home School and Farm 50e a leu I leuI VOL IL BEKBA MADISON COUNTY KENTUCKY THURSDAY OCTOBER 11 1900 NO1 1 THE CITIZENl Rev JOHN DODWELL Manager With Mining HtitfT of Killlon rnd Cur rMton < lint Knifrttl nl IAe PiMtofln nl llfrm Ay nt trconil cfau mnttmnUtr IDEAS Spmik no evil of the absent It iH unjust Wellington Empty your bucket boforo you draw from tho well The most remorseless thing in tilt world it six por cent You cannot wrestle with Gal mid wrangle with your neighbor 1olitoness in to tlnniul eay tho kind est things Ill tint kindont way NOTICES Kuv Will Vdtvick will preach nt tutu Chtipul Sunday It it in IViM 1Vmt will preach nl Blue Lick next Sunday ...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 11 October 1900

i THE CITIZEN A WEEKLY NEWlIAlrUi IIEREA KENTUCKY The recent deposition of J W Mc Kay from tho presidency of the Wnynesburg In college was due a correspondent oCthe Philadelphia Ledger reports to objection on the part of the Pennsylvania synod of the Cumberland Presbyterian church to the favor shown college athletics by Dr McKay + Ogden 1f Kcthers of Janesville IVIs the new supreme chancellor of the Knights of Pythlns becomes greatly irritated upon receiving a let ter addressed 0 If Fethers Ills peculiarity in this respect Is explain ed among hit friends by relating the story of n wag who once referred to him ns Old lien Kctbers Many thousands of fish arc being found dead in the lakes contiguous to Fergus Falls lInn chilley in Ot ter Tall lake from which the city named gets Its water supply through the lied river This is a serious lea lure of the situation General belief has It that severe electrical disturb ances have killed tho fish Inns ented A Swiss genius has Invented a pith cl...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 11 October 1900

T 3 A gorgeous costumo flashed benonth tho brilliant lights of a ball room Tho queen of nocioty is radiant tonight Tho nervous hands of n weak womnn have toiled day and night the weary form and nching head have known no rest for tho dress must bo finished in titnoi To that queen of society and her dressmaker wo would say n word Ono through hothouse culturo luxury and social excitement and tho other through tho toil of necessity may some day find their ailments n common causo Nervous prostration excitability fainting spoils dlfczl nose sleeplessness loss of appetite and strength nIl inuiuaiu oriouB trouble which has been promoted by nn overtaxed system systemFor For tho society queen and tho dressmaker alike there is nothing so reliable as Lydiu 13 PIuhhnmH Vegetable Coinpunnd to restore strength vigor and happiness Mrs Lizzie Anderson 49 Union St Salem N J writes Diuu MIL IIXKIIAU 1 feel It lit my duty to write lull tell you how prntoful 1 am to you for what your inoilldno has dune ...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 11 October 1900

l THE CITIZEN CITIZENt A yeelnly The only w IIer pnlilUlinl In in it E A KENTUCKY 1 OCTOIIER 11 11KX I u THE DEBATING SOCIETY The CitlzonS Union In response to a number of local calls Prof Raymond is arranging to assist in the establishment of debating societies and to furnish them with suggestion from which they may seI lect topics for debate as well as suh jects for reading through tho columns of the CITIZEN I Tho debating society has been of j great benefit to thousands of ooplo j It helps them to think and to express i their thoughts and besides this it I promotes acquaintance and advances communityt the best interests of any community Henry Clay said 1 owe my success I in lifo to one single fact iH thnt I1tI the ago of twentyseven commenced I and continued for years to persist in daily rending and speaking offhand on tho contents of somo philosophical or scientific book The plan for u Citizens Union with suggestions as to its constitution etc will be given in full next week Suc...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 18 October 1900

This week the CITIZEN callH on several who are not subscribers and asks thorn Why tiotl THE CITiZENIVhu1er Will tor term begins Dec 12 I you hl18 rooms to rent or wilh to engage rooms notify the College rroasurer T JOshorno Circulation 1000 An Independent Weekly Devoted to the Interests of the Home School and Farm 50 c a Year I 1 VOL 11 BEREA MADISON COUNTY KENTUCKY THURSDAY OCTOBER 18 1900 NO 18 THE CITIZEN Rev JOHN DODWELU Manager > With Strong SUIT of lfclll < in and Tur renudent Kulfml nt llu P41 Ire al limn A y at Non I dntt tnaUmattrr IDEAS Living on dept in like living on w lIIII good wuy to gut full but H poor way to get fat Flattery in liko cologne wator to ho miiollid of not wallowed Ones conscience is thu only witness Hint can nOr bo accused of perjury Tho man who ntnjH gets tliuru NOTICES Pros Frost will preach at the Hart School House Sunday Oct 21 2 p in Rev A E Thompson of Cleveland + O a noted evangelist and preacher will Hpwik morning and night at the nero Chu...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 18 October 1900

1 s YHt iOfJI OF GOD Das I curtains blse are furled their muf sing glare nat shuts Inllnlty from eyes of earth la drawn oilde and now august and bare Tb loom of God In majesty stands forth 0 swift and pure the shinIng shuttles fly Weaving apace the web ot destiny Tot neither throb nor Jar nor snappln threat Brciketh the awful hush where God doth tread And I an atoms atom still am hurled Onward and onward with this flceln world I know not where nor why the vast de sign Benumbs engulfs each struggling thought of mine I tremble In the starry stillness grand That powerless I stand I Yet with the web a weft nubllmer still Is wrought ns flowers bloom on warp and woof Eo bloom Gods thoughts In man If he but will Nor from his holy purpose hold aloof O swift and sure as olanets swcrveles flight Drawing the threads that bind the Infinite Our das iO lashlnghuttlesln the loom Weaving the web whereon God s thought may bloom For living souls to rhythmic sun nnd star The meaning give that doth com...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 18 October 1900

V 3 RUSSIANS JOIN HANDS Southern and Northern Armies Unit at TchHng North of Mukden I TliU Ilncn All uf Mniirlinrln Knit ill Ihr Illvir lr ltnn nnil > or Him Went of Ihr Hlrrjiiu In Their llniidi London Got 13A pldul dUwtcli duted Octol > cr 12 KJIJH At in Amer hull kKntlon LI Iliuif 1ILsng ex prcktHil rtjnet for tin recent occur ronccB nnd thanked the Americana for their good inatmcnt or the Chi none Hi promined to requenl that V nrftoUnlloim be bcjfiin lit Tilting LI Yninen two ilnyn hence nnd to ex V eliiile Ytinjf Ill from thrill It IR iiMMTtH wiyn the Kliiinglm forrexpondcnt of the TlniPH wiring S ut unlay That the Himnlnnfi have 1zil Nlu Chvnnf railway nt the ter V inlniiR of the Khnn Hul Ian line ITm In the tirnt ntep the Hutlwinn liavo liiken on the right bink of the Amur The HiiKKlnn southern nnd northern imnlen Imve joliml tiNiuU nt Tohllng north of Mukden thereby placing nilor Manchuria entl of the river Llao nnd n portion Wrllt of the ntresim in the iuidof Hunda Dr...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 18 October 1900

THE CITIZEN CITIZENA A Weekly The only v > pnir iiibll > lied In IttiltKA KENTUCKY OcroBER 18 IIKX The Debating Society Ai we will lat week one of the ln > l things for any community Is a Literary Society or a Debat ing Club and Irof C It IU > moml now of the Extension Department of Keren College lorI ding dueh clubs In various plans under the must I Citizens Union He ii aim plmmlnR In fiirnMi each week through the CITIZEN some material for the uw of I tuch roeietiet frt that the member cnn lake ul > a course of rvAtllng and study The lint textbook I proposed the Young Citizen a ropy of which Is given with each rubmrlptlon to the Cmies In I anyplace when as many as nix are taking the taper and have organized a i thou To how what such u club can do we give a > form of Constitution and llyIaux which suggest what any dub may formulate ttml adopt IlIgge1I CONSTITUTION i t KTltLE II The name of this society shall be the Cltll n Un 1011 of ARTICLE iL object The object of...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 25 October 1900

This wook tho CITIZEN calls on several who arc not subscribers and asks them II Why not THE CITIZEN T T T T T T T T T I P TENTS > ADVICE AS TO PATENTABILITY I > Notice In Inventive Age > Book flow wobtala Patents DESIGNS TRADEMARKS AND OBTAINED COPYRIGHTS FE Charges moderate No re till pAte at eared I jLette E 0SIGGERSPaenLawerWuhl 1260 Review of Reviews 250 Review ol Reviews mint be a new nib crlitlon all others new or old McClures 100 Current Literature 300 Success 100 I noi The Citizen 50 Homo Magazine or ietenoui will be seetio lip ce Cosmooittanwill sent In place ol Cosmopolitan 900 Address all orders to THE C i I BEREA L uu Opportunity Determines Obliga tion If plain chaste presentation of Gospol Truth is of value wo of Borea ought most certainly to tnaiiifesf growth in grace Her A E Thompson Cleveland Ohio is visiting Boron and has preach ed twice at tho Boroa Church onco at the Baptist Church and will preach there to night Mr Thompson occu pied tho hour usually devo...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 25 October 1900

I 7 WAKING AT NIGHT Wfen I wake up alone at night I fel s s If I had no eyes I stars and stare with all my might But nly blackness round me lies I Id ten for the faintest sound And though I strain with either car Th dark It silent all around Its Juit as It I could not hear But If I lie with limbs held fast A sort of sound comes like a sigh Perhaps the darkness rushing past Perhaps the minutes passing by Perhaps the thoughts lit peoples heads That keep KO quiet all the day Walt till theyre sleeping In their beds Then rustle out and fly away Or else this noise like whirring wings That dies with the first streak of light hay be the sound of baby things All growing growing In the night Children and kittycats and pups Or even little buds and flowers Patsies perhaps and buttercups Jill growing In the midnight hours And yet It seems to me a part And nothing far away or Queer Its just the beating of my heart That sounds so strange as I lie here I do not know why this should be When darkness...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 25 October 1900

JOHN SHERMAN DEAD His Extreme Enfeebled Condition Refused to Yield to Treatment J Tli 4r1 NUImiimii 11 lay nt Ills Llama In Wnililngluii H I llrlS Moiuliiy Morning Vaahlngton OCt 22Thr condition of exScHretiiry Sherman xluiwed n de oldcd chiingt for the worm Sunday ami It was not bellcUtl In would HUT vivo thin night Saturday night wan a very bad OliO for him and hi filled to recover tiny of hU Htrength ilur lug tin tidy bourn of the niornlnjj which WIIM elmrnctcrlKlli of the early pcricxl of the frit leal stage of his litknrxN His naturally extirinolv eu fccblctl condition rffiuva to yield to KXHUellUTAHV JOIIS KIIKIIMAN the trenlnient gitrn him and he Is KralHtilly Mliiklng However he fciWN 11 Ill oltll 1111 vllnlity for a iiiiii of bin nge Dr W W Hihn oii cumr to the Image rnrly In thr evening bud U In iiiiiNttint Hltendiiiirr lo relieve the tired of the dylns tins A tiiituber of the rrlolvrs gnthered at the house on Ialntt oIHHlIIt IrHiiklln wpmri during Uie iMcnlng SMIIIIO of t...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 25 October 1900

0 0 THE CITIZEN CITIZENA A Weekly The only Newspaper published In I HIM A KENTUCKY OCTOBER 25 1900 The Debating Society Suggested Program for First Meeting Call to order by the teacher or one of the trus tees of the dlKtrtct Song My Country Sea next column tn the CITIZEN flTIZKNKlectlon Election of temporary chairman and secretary by a show of hands Election of A committee of three to report at next meeting n > on a form of Constitution and ByIwitrn ByIwitrnAppointment Appointment l > y the chairman of a person tn Klre at the next meeting a rending or declama lion and another to fire an essay on I The characteristics be seen In the por trait of Viuhlngtcm Soc frontispiece In the book the Young Citizen or II Whal are the things which make a coun try great Head the Foreword In the Young Citizen or III The Benefits vf a Literary and Debating Society Let the temporary chairman also appoint two persons to affirm and two to deny one of the tot lowing I Retalml that the people ought ...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 1 November 1900

i Nov 1 1900 This weok tho CITIZEN calls on Hororal who nro not subscribers and asks thom Why not 1t r ExGov BRADLEY is HERE TODAY THE CITIZEN liThe Republican Party Is the Ship all else the Sea Frederick Douglass ScaI Noy1 1900 Nov 6th is Election Day DayTho refuted to arrango for a fair election but hon est Democrats Republicans and othors can and will protest against this tvrrany by tyrranyh Circulation 1000 An Independent Weekly Devoted to the Interests of the Home School and Faro 50 c a Year I YearI VOL II BEHKA MADISON COUNTY KENTUCKY THURSDAY NOVEMBER 1 1900 NO 20 THE CITIZEN Rev JOHN DODWELL Manager With Stroiia NtnfT of ftlllon rod Cor rIIIal Knlfml at the Pattofft at Htrra Ay aI ollll tau mailmatter IDEAS On election day all mon arc equal Fortune favors tho bravo Noiso in not always happiness A child In bettor unborn than untaught Idleness in tho mother of mis chief and sin sinTAKE TAKE NOTICE President Frost will prenuh Satur day night at Wcgorsvillo Sunday morning at Sta...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 1 November 1900

t I uo THE OLD APPLE TREE ltl4ay I crossed tho meadows That lie beyond tho town And neath a gnarled old applo tree To rest I laid mo down IU branches Btlrrcd above me A breeze swept to and fro And high among the npplo buds Tho bees were humming slow A squirrel came to watch me A bird vans from tho hill And all about tho open Holds The sun lay warm and still I thought of how In childhood Like a dream It seemed to me We two had told our childish love Beneath that apple tree The apple buds seem much the same As pure and sweet and cold But time has changed the apple tree And it and I are old My life Is Ilka tho apple tree Grown harsh and rough and strange Dut love Is like the bursting buds They never seem to chance Waldron W Anderson In Good Lit erature THE STURGIS WAGER y A DETECTIVE STORY jc J Dy EDGAR MORETTE Cop > rlghtll by Frederick AStokfi Co J i IPPlV PI PJ PI f 0 copyrightIs9byrrederlckAStokesCoCHAPTER CHAPTER XXIII CONTINUED lie htood for awhile Irresolute nnd had just made...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 1 November 1900

L ck HIS BODY LAID TO REST Burial of the Remains of the Late John Sherman at Mansfield 0 ItRrllt Wllllniu Jllrllnlnnd Drrrrlitry Knot Wi < rt > Amour the Iitiiy nUlliiKiiv Vlllora Who A Ihh il tIt Iuiieriil Washington Oct 511I the capital of thu nation where bin lio work has boon accomplished there gathered Wednesday representatives of every government and tho representative of many foreign powers to pay horn ngo to tho inciiiJy of John Sherman The imiMihe black cnrkut rested on n liUck ilrnped catafalque in the par liarlor scent of roKcx orchldH and hothouse flower that bad como from all quar Ilunrters ters as a final testimonial of affection and respect Ircnldcnt McKlnley who bad left Washington the IIlght after Mr Shermans death was represent ed by Secretary Hay who was one of the honorary pallbearer The services nt tho house were sim JIll They began at 1 p m nod were conducted by Rev Alexander Mac KaySmith pastor of St Johns Kpls coplll church audited by Rev Ii SI 1nddock ...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 1 November 1900

rI S 1 r THE CITIZEN IICItKA KKNTUOKY NOVEMBER 1 moo The Debating Society Suggestions for a Second Meeting Call to order by the temporary chairman bong My country Tin of Thee etc Sec ned column of 1I Rcconl of lost meeting read by the tcmpornr fecretaryCorrection Correction may be oflereil by any member and In caw there in a llsaKrecment upon any point It may now be decided by vote If there arc 110 further corrections the minutes or record stand approved The temporary chairman will appoint tome per son to give at the next meeting a careful review of the exercises presented at the meeting The Reviewer should take the written exercises and examine them ax to penmanship polling para graphing and punctlatlon and then rontldcr the still more Important matten of truthfulness style force power to awaken Interest etc The Reviewer will also criticise the debates and the ularlty of all the proceedings of the meeting The chairman will Appoint some person to give a reading or declamation and on...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 8 November 1900

h TUB CITIZEN from now to January 1002 for BOc 500IHE CITIZEN Pleasant and Grateful Surprise I A number of college students and friends of tho venerable John 0 Foe have for somotimo been planning to show their love and ostoom for that worthy aged saint Owing to injuries received from a fall while at Camp Nelson Brother Pee has been for some time unable to walk and it was decided to purchase for bin use and comfort a rolling chair which was done and last Wed nesday evening Brother Fee was car ried out on tho piazza where he was met by a company of friends who much to his Hurpriso and pleasure presented him with the chair A noat presentation speech was made by Mr Lori Beatty who has boon specially active in raising funds for tho purchase of tho chair Brother Foe responded in words of feeling and grateful appreciation Why Prayer are Hot Answered How do I know that it is of any use to pray repeated Aunt Doreas poising her knitting needles and look inK at the questioner Did you ever send...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 8 November 1900

I I V C I RIGADIER gENERALLE9 tPCHK R Copyithi list ty F Tennyson Neely I CHAPTER I Riding ot ease in the lazy afternoon sunshine a single troop of cavalry was threading its way In long column of twos through this bold and beautiful foothills of the Bighorn Ilehind them glinting in the slanting rays Cloud peak snow elad still although it was late In May towered above the pine crested summits of the range To the right and left of the winding trail bare shoulders of bluff covered oily by the dense carpet of bunch grass Jutted out Into the comparative level al the east ward plain A clear cold sparkling stream on whose banks the lit tie com maud had halted for n noontide rest went rollicking away northeastward and many a veteran trooper looked longingly even regretfully after it and then cast a gloomy glance over the barren and desolate stretch ahead Far as the eye could reach In that di rection the earth waves heaved and rolled In unrelieved monotony to the veryjsky line save where her...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 8 November 1900

7 q I h It b IncompaMhle About aiz yearn ago Mr A K Magolllno IaItOIllDatIJonR selling verIllIe 1 have never found any 1lling to compare with it for curing Ijmpfe letter Kcztmi Krynpelai and the like Many of my friend I soil rutlompr are never without it Ialmrr Lotion Wu introduced lo the pub lie by its promt proprietor in 1818 and the million who have lIilll it cheerfully worn + ime niUlK rr your dru Gist dart not keep il u1ltL to Solon lalmer114learlStreet NewYork York for free ninplei of Lotion or lotion soap SoapAn An Atchison young man It rolled Lily by hb Kniunintancet became he toils not Mdrbon Ulobe To Cure n Cold tn Onr Ony OnyTiikn Tiikn 1OJatho promo QiiinlnoTiiblct AU driijalit refund motiey If It f aih to euro UV You cant judtto a horae by the hunts harnhieoito R CATARRHI COLDS COUGHS COUGHSSORE SORE SORETHROAT THROAT GRICROUP CROUP CROUPHOA HOA NESS MRS GnN LOXQSTREGT Says UcaMei being a good tonic Pentaa Isunef fectlve cure for catarrh I recommend your remedy Peruoti ...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 8 November 1900

rv THECITIZEN A Weekly The only Newspaper published In BEREA KENTUCKY u NOVEMBER 1 1900 Suggestions for a Third Meeting Call to order by the temporary Chairman PrayerRecord of last meeting read corrected and ap proved Signing of shq Constitution by those who design to become members in order that they may be qualified ai voters Election of permanent offiecra ns provided for In the Constitution and Bylaws The temporary Chairman and Secretary will escort the newly elected officers to their reals The President may make a brief Inaugural ad dress npon the Importance of the Union and the necessity of general cooperation He will at this time appoint a Reviewer to report at next meetingLiterary Literary Program Review of last weeks ex ercisci reading or recitation essay debate Appointment of persons for the several parts In next weeks program Payment of duet to the newly elected Treasurer Appointment of time and place for a meeting Of the newly elected officer to discuss the general plan a...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
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